Korean Register Expands Foothold in Iran

Korean Register (KR) has signed a Memorandum of Agreement to establish a joint venture company with the Iranian ...

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Iran's Tankers Free to Visit Any Port

Iranian oil tankers face no more obstacles when traveling to any port in world, says Ali-Akbar Safaei, managing ...

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UN: Distya Ameya No Longer Blacklisted

India-flagged tanker Distya Ameya has been removed from the UN Security Council’s blacklist initially ...

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First Iranian Ships Get Classified as Sanctions Lifted

Iran’s first two ships have been classified by Italy’s RINA Services and the Asian Classification ...

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UN Takes Four North Korean Ships from Its Blacklist

The UN Security Council has decided to remove four ships from its blacklist of North Korean vessels following a ...

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Notice of Asset Freeze Served to MV Jin Teng

The seized North Korean cargo ship MV Jin Teng has received a notice of asset freeze from the Philippine Coast ...

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South Korea, China Crack Down on North Korean Vessels

North Korea has been hit with a new wave of sanctions affecting its maritime industry as its neighbor South Korea ...

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The Philippines to Impound North Korean Vessel

The cargo vessel MV Jin Teng from North Korea, the first one to be inspected by the Philippines following the ...

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First North Korean Vessel Stopped in the Philippines

The first North Korean cargo vessel was inspected in the Philippines by coast guard officials since the United ...

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UN Tightens Sanctions against North Korea

The United Nations Security Council today unanimously adopted the US-led resolution that imposes new sanctions and ...

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17 Shipping Firms Face Sanctions for Alleged Price Fixing

Seventeen container shipping companies are facing sanctions due to alleged price fixing activities in the period ...

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US Wants All Cargo Going In and Out of North Korea Checked

The United States has tabled a draft UN Security Council resolution, backed by China, that, if adopted, would ...

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Iran Ships First Post-Sanction Oil to Europe

Iran has loaded its first oil cargo since the lifting of economic sanctions early January on board a tanker owned ...

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North Korean’s OMM Continues Dodging UN Sanctions

North Korean shipping company Ocean Maritime Management Company Limited (OMM) continues to evade sanctions by ...

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IRISL Coming Back to Europe by End of the Month

Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) plans to return to Europe before the end of this month, with HDS ...

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Iran Connects to China with New Shipping Route

A new shipping route has been launched between China and Iran following the sanctions lifting against Tehran. ...

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IRISL All Set to Sail to Europe

The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines’ (IRISL) vessels will soon sail for Europe as they have been ...

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UASC, RINA Looking to Return to Iran

Container shipping company United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) seems to be following in the footsteps of its ...

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Let the Race for Iran's Energy and Transport Potential Begin

The long awaited day when the economic sanctions against Iran will be lifted has come as the country has met all ...

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Iran in Talks to Build LNG Carriers

Iran seems to be losing no time with the preparations for the post-sanction era which seems to be ever closer. ...

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Iran All Set for Oil Export Boost once Sanctions Are Lifted

Iran is gearing up to deploy its crude oil tankers to the market once the sanctions against the country are lifted, ...

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